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Matt Healy (Matthew Healy) was born on 14 March, 1989 in Dublin, Ireland. At 31 years old, Matt Healy height is 6 ft 0 in (183.0 cm).

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Age 31 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 14 March 1989
Birthday 14 March
Birthplace Dublin, Ireland
Nationality Ireland

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Weight 92 kg
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Matt Healy Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Matt Healy worth at the age of 31 years old? Matt Healy’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Ireland. We have estimated Matt Healy's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Healy made his 100th appearance for Connacht on 6 January 2018, in an interprovincial derby against Munster. Later in the season, he scored two tries for Connacht in a 26–25 defeat to the Cheetahs, taking him past Fionn Carr as the province's all-time top try-scorer.


Healy received his first call up to the senior Ireland squad on 2 June 2016 for the tour to South Africa.


In 2015, Healy was named in the Emerging Ireland squad for the 2015 Tbilisi Cup.


In his second season with the province, Healy featured more regularly for Connacht's first team. He scored his first try for the team against Zebre on 7 September 2013 in the first game of that year's Pro12. He made his European debut in a Heineken Cup match on 19 October that year, also against Zebre away in the Stadio XXV Aprile. Later that month, Healy signed a new contract with the province to keep him there at least until summer 2016. Healy's first try in the Heineken Cup came in the reverse fixture in the Sportsground on 11 January 2014, when he gave a man of the match display.


Healy joined Connacht in 2012 from the amateur club Lansdowne in the All-Ireland League. In his first season, Healy primarily played for the Connacht Eagles, the province's second tier or 'A' team, in the British and Irish Cup. At the end of the season Healy was named Connacht's A player of the year. Along with his appearances for the Eagles, he also played in 3 games for the senior side in the 2012–13 Pro12.


Healy has represented Ireland internationally, having played for the Irish Under-20 team. He made a total of 9 appearances for the side, and went to the 2009 IRB Junior World Championship having also played in the 2009 Six Nations Under 20s Championship.


Originally from Dublin, Healy is a former student of Gonzaga College in Ranelagh ,where he earned his nickname "Gonzaga-man". He played for the school's rugby team in the 2007 Leinster Senior Cup, starting at scrum-half as the team were knocked out by reigning champions Blackrock. Also on the Gonzaga starting team for the game was future Ireland international Dominic Ryan.


Matthew Healy (born 14 March 1989) is a professional rugby union player from Ireland. His primary position is on the wing and he has also been used as injury cover at fullback, while earlier in his career he played at scrum-half. Healy currently plays for Irish provincial team Connacht Rugby in the Pro14 and has represented Ireland at test level. He is Connacht's all-time leading try scorer.